Russia’s military unit #92154 may relates to the NYT secret unit #29155 investigation

In its October 8th investigation article, the New York Times pointed on the unit #29155 as the base of mil intel unit responsible for Western Europe undermining clandestine operations may be incomplete and miss out of sight unit #92154 of Special operation forces of Russia based on the bank of Senezh lake. This lake is […]

RUSSIA’S ATTEMPTS TO INFLUENCE ON МН-17 JIT INVESTIGATION RESULTS

The Russian Federation enter in active phase to ruin the evidences and investigation results of JIT on MH-17 flight case with political, economic positions abroad and influence agents involvement. The trial on MN17 will commence in March 2020. During it defendants and witnesses will be announced. As this event approaches, Russia is trying to influence […]

Meet the Ukrainian Ex-Prosecutor Behind the Impeachment Furor

KIEV, Ukraine — As soon as he got the invitation from Rudolph W. Giuliani, President Trump’s personal lawyer, it was abundantly clear to him what Mr. Trump’s allies were after. “I understood very well what would interest them,” Yuriy Lutsenko, Ukraine’s recently fired prosecutor general, said in an extensive interview in London. “I have 23 […]

History Shows Impeachment Battles Risky & Unpredictable

  President Donald Trump made history this past week, but not the kind he had hoped for. Trump is now the fourth U.S. president to become the subject of an impeachment inquiry, the U.S. constitutional process whereby Congress may remove a president from office. But if history is any guide, both sides should take note […]

Spy passions or the Ukrainian “shoe about to drop” for Mr.Trump

A year and a half ago, CNN released a half-joking story that compared the width of the legs of the classic “dictatorial” costumes of US President Donald Trump and DPRK President Kim Jong-un. “Forget about the arms race – we are talking about the trouser race,” CNN said. It seems that the scandal surrounding the […]

How Turkey Managed To Escape Tough Sanctions Amid Confrontation With EU & U.S.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has succeeded in hitting where it hurts the European Union and the U.S., and those sore spots made it possible for Ankara to deviate from its traditional pro-Western course that Turkey once consistently remained loyal but got nothing in return for loyalty and one of the key NATO ally. Recep […]

Why did Trump fire his advisor Bolton?

The dismissal of US National Security Advisor John Bolton coincided with three seemingly little related events. Firstly, there was an information leak to journalists of Politico; it was connected with Trump’s decision to temporarily freeze financial assistance to Ukraine for defense needs. Bolton then flew to Kiev and tried to negotiate with the administration of […]

Trump tries to force Ukraine to meddle in the 2020 election

UKRAINE’S NEOPHYTE president, Volodymyr Zelensky, took a big step this week toward proving that he will be, as he promised, the most pro-reform president in Ukraine’s history. On Monday, he laid out a breathtakingly ambitious five-year plan including virtually every measure the International Monetary Fund and Western governments have urged on Ukraine in recent years, […]

Diplomacy Can’t Solve All of Afghanistan’s Problems

But Neither Can U.S. Troops On the night of August 17, as over 1,000 guests danced at a wedding celebration in Dubai City, a hall in Kabul named after the Afghan elite’s favorite weekend getaway, a 23-year-old interloper detonated his suicide vest by the bandstand. The blast killed 80 people and wounded nearly 200 more, […]

White House: US, Poland May Sign 5G Network Security Agreement

WASHINGTON – The United States and Poland may sign an agreement aimed at securing 5G networks when U.S. Vice President Mike Pence visits Warsaw in the coming days, a senior White House official said Friday. Pence leaves Saturday night on a trip to Poland, Ireland, Iceland and Britain. President Donald Trump had planned to make the trip […]